BY Ronda Wendler

When Jorge Castillo’s back began to ache, he thought he’d injured himself at work.

“I install and repair electrical power grids, so I do a lot of climbing, twisting and bending,” he says. “It’s a physically demanding job.”

But Jorge soon learned that his back pain signaled the onset of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL – an aggressive cancer of the blood and bone marrow.

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Jorge Castillo,a Philadelphia+ acute lymphoblastic leukemia survivor, smiles

BY Ronda Wendler

Drew Huggins still gets emotional when he recalls the day clinical trial coordinator Jing Yang phoned him with some good news that changed...

BY Devon Carter

For some patients with non-small lung cancer, chemotherapy isn’t the most effective treatment option. But based on a tumor’s molecular profile...